A Comprehensive Walkthrough of Construction Project Insurance Documents
Wading through construction project insurance documents can be an exercise in frustration. No matter who you represent, you need to understand the ins and outs of insurance documents in order to avoid mistakes that could cost your clients exorbitant sums of money. Protect your clients' pocketbooks and preserve your professional reputation by attending this in-depth overview of construction insurance. From choosing the right types of policies to handling construction defect claims, you are sure to take away valuable information that will deepen your knowledge and protect your clients. Register today!
Master the fundamentals of key construction insurance concepts and forms.
Choose the best types of insurance policies to maximize protections for your clients.
Confidently negotiate additional insured clauses and other key construction contract insurance provisions.
Decipher construction contract indemnity clauses and their interactions with insurance policies.
Get a handle on construction defect insurance coverage issues and policy exclusions.
The Fundamentals of Construction Insurance: Avoiding Misconceptions About Key Concepts
Types of Construction Project Insurance Policies: Ensuring They Protect Your Clients
Negotiating Insurance Provisions in Construction Contracts
Demystifying Indemnity Clauses in Construction Contracts
Ethical Considerations for Construction Attorneys
Construction Defect Insurance Coverage Issues in a Nutshell
STEVEN T. MULLIGAN is counsel in the Denver office of Jackson Kelly PLLC, a firm with offices also in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia. Mr. Mulligan’s practice focuses on business and commercial law, including contract review and negotiation, construction contracting, mechanics' liens, foreclosures, commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, company formation, business restructuring and reorganization, creditors' rights, workouts, receiverships, and commercial litigation. He represents a wide range of clients including contractors, business owners, entities, and individuals. He is admitted to practice in Colorado and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado. Mr. Mulligan received his B.A. degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado, and his J.D. degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
JOHN A. SNOW is an attorney with Parsons Behle & Latimer. Mr. Snow’s practice consists of general civil litigation, including commercial, professional malpractice, construction, and insurance coverage and defense. He is a member of the Utah State Bar; the Litigation Section of the Utah State Bar; Construction Law Section of the Utah State Bar; the State Bar of Nevada; the American Bar Association; Litigation Section, Ethics Advisory Opinion Committee (Utah State Bar); Model Jury Instruction Committee for the State of Utah (Commercial Transactions Subcommittee); and member of the United States District Court for Utah (Technology Advisory Committee). Mr. Snow has been designated in The Best Lawyers in America in the specialties of legal malpractice law, commercial litigation and construction law for more than five years. He has been designated in Utah Business magazine’s Utah Legal Elite in the specialties of civil litigation and construction law. He has also been designated as a Super Lawyer in the Mountain States in Super Lawyers Magazine and ranked in Chambers USA. Mr. Snow earned his B.A. degree from Brigham Young University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Arizona State University.
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